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Building Your Engineering Resume

"When a prestigious engineering prize surveyed more than 10,000 people in 10 markets, they discovered something you may already know if you’re an engineer: you’re in demand."

Careerblog goes through practical steps to help you create the best engineering resume you can. Keep in mind the tips we give for keeping it international right here.



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10 Tips and Tricks to Learn any Language

Matthew Youlden speaks nine languages fluently and understands more than a dozen more. We work in the same office in Berlin so I constantly hear him using his skills, switching from language to language like a chameleon changing colors. In fact, for the longest time I didn’t even know he was British.

When I told Matthew how I’ve been struggling to merely pick up a second language, he had the following advice for me. If you believe that you can never become bilingual, take note!


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Four Critical Factors to consider before taking a job overseas

 More than in perhaps any other industry, banking can provide life-changing career opportunities overseas that may simply not be available in a person’s home country. Philip Southwell, chief executive of Dubai-based investment bank Exotix, worked in London, Hong Kong, Sydney and Tokyo before moving to the Middle East. He credits his willingness to relocate as part of his own success.


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10 Unconventional (but very effective) tips for a job seeker

10 Unorthodox, yet effective, tips for a job seeker as laid out by numerous business leaders as well as their insight into each method. Author Jacquelyn Smith covers how with the ever shifting marketplace a need for new and improved manners of being hired are a key aspect for success. 


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8 Tips for a Smooth Transition into a New Job

Finding your groove after landing a new position can be challenging. You've been granted a new and exciting opportunity to showcase your skills and experience, generate beneficial solutions, and navigate a new company. But getting there takes a bit more time than you'd expect.

Don't sweat the small stuff - keep in mind your first 90 days are usually a transitional period for finding your footing. Here are eight tips for creating a smooth transition into your new employment endeavor:

 

 


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